“I don’t really have a home, and in these last couple of years having time off, I kind of got addicted to moving. I’d only been to places for like three or four months and then I’d have to go again. I actually think it’s a really good way of living, because you don’t get stuck in ruts too much, like behavioral or relationships ruts. I encourage it for anyone who’s considering a nomadic lifestyle. I absolutely love it.”
– Hayley Mary (vocalist)
That’s what the introspective frontwoman candidly told me as we sat down last week. Join us on our banter-soaked, yet deep chat as Hayley delves into literally being pushed to the edge after touring their sophomore album The Brink (2014), and the common misconception that the album cover for latest release Synthia (2016) is about supporting keyboardist Heather Shannon in her struggle with ovarian cancer.
Check out the rest of the interview below:
Oh, and she also got to drive through California’s Death Valley in a Ford Convertible Mustang, a trip that inspired her personal favourite ‘Pleasure Drive’. Give it a spin below: